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Nailedit

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  1. I will sell head only, $240 TYD lower 48.
  2. Minty 9* g410lst with Evenflow 75 6.0. Shaft is -1/2" from stock. Tour Velvet midsized grip. $290 shipping included.
  3. Still in the plastic. 3 hybrid with Tensei Raw Blue 75x shaft and Tour Velvet 360 grip. $270 includes free UPS ground shipping to lower 48.
  4. Lightly used tsi2 15* 3 wood. Mitsubishi Tensei Raw white 75x shaft. Stock specs. Stock tour velvet 360 grip. Price includes shipping to lower 48. $230.
  5. Price Drop! $630 tyd. No trade offers please, another set already coming.
  6. Brand new, still in plastic Honma 747v iron set. 4-10 with Modus 120 stiff flex. Standard L/L/L. Price includes shipping to lower 48. $650.00
  7. I forgot to mention the shaft is cut to 44.75” playing length.
  8. Brand new, unused Rogue Silver 110 60X driver shaft with Callaway Epic/Rogue adapter. GP New Decade grip. This shaft is set up for a RH golfer. $140 shipping included, PayPal for payments.
  9. The gen 6 is supposed to be softer than the 5 in the xv and the opposite for the regular z star. I haven’t had any problems with gouging but it is known that after some play you will start to notice the seam on both balls. It doesn’t seem to hinder performance but it doesn’t look very good if that kinda thing bothers you. It’s pretty well known with Srixon and I’ve even reached out to them and their response was that their covers are the thinnest of the premium balls and it’s not a defect of any kind. It’s more noticeable with the white than yellow. Their yellow for me has been great durability wise. You can get 6 packs of the gen 5 right now from golf discount for $10 which is an awesome deal and honesty aren’t much different than the gen 6 imho.
  10. I’ve been playing both the z star and xv since generation 4. I prefer the z star overall but the xv is great off the tee and in the wind. The only real difference from 5-6 is that the z Star is a little firmer and the xv a little softer. But the xv is definitely on the firm side. I use a milled putter so the softer z star feels better to me. For reference I swing the driver 105-108 but I only swing my 7 iron around 85 and I have no problem getting either ball to check on approaches or chips. Buy a sleeve of both and try them out. Best overall ball for the money imho. I will add I really prefer the Srixon yellow.
  11. I’ll probably do a little of both. I prefer to walk but when the course is busy it’s not as relaxing when you have carts buzzing everywhere and on you like rush hour traffic. I wish courses would block off times for walking only.
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